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Above: Sloane Rosin, 5, of
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the pumpkin display.
Left: Market gurus include,
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Phyllis Eisenstein, and back,
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their corn and'iothatoes. In addition
to organic vegmblcs, fruits, flowers
and exotic plants; the market had
stands of antiques„--home:accessories
and prepared foodS: Volutteers pro-
vided inforniation,-bailbo-ns, activi-
ties for childfeir,Itild T-shirts, pro-
vided a package pick-up and even
kept the area clean.
"The main thing was trying to
bring a community event to town,"
said Plotnik, who was delighted to
look up Old North Woodward
Avenue to see "hundreds of people
walking down the hill [to the mar-
ket] — It looked like Chicago or
Plotnik is delighted the event is
attracting so many residents to
District, north of Maple
Lori Karbal has a store a
few doors south of the mar-
ket. On Sept. 7, Plotnik
asked Karbal if she could use
the store's lavatory "and the
people just followed us into
Lori Karbal EtAl sells cos-
metics, bath products, active
wear, candles and rrieri's prod-
ucts, and is normally open
from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday.
Karbal stayed open through-
out the :morning Sept.
impromptu opening, "and I did an
incredible amount of business." Last
Sunday, Karbal opened her store at
The Birmingham Farmers'
Market is open from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. every Sunday through Oct.
26. It is located in a small city
parking lot on Old North
Woodward, north of Harmon, 1 /2
mile' north of Maple Road. The
market features approximately 20
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